Surrender Quotes.

1. "Maybe I want to be tied down and forced to admit it"
- Lora Leigh, Surrender

2. "He had whispered the dark promise that he would fuck her ass, take her there, make her scream for him. She bit her lips, her fingers moving, one inserting into that tiny, dark hole while she wished she hadn’t packed her vibrator so quickly."
- Lora Leigh, Surrender

3. "There’s a fine line that divides pleasure and pain, he told her as he removed the butt plug from the tray, and the tube of lubricant. It’s so slim, that if went about the right way, the pain adds to the pleasure, in a dark erotic manner."
- Lora Leigh, Surrender

4. "Loving you, Tess, he promised. With everything I have. With all I am, I love you."
- Lora Leigh, Surrender

5. "What we see depends mainly on what we look for."
- Caleb Carr, Surrender

6. "But my cognitive brain fought back hard, telling me that I knew these scenarios were unlikely, that whatever rationalizations she might have for the staging of the four deaths we knew of, to say nothing of her manipulations of other people, including me, would prove inadequate. I even tried the habit that Mike and I consistently warned our students against, listening to my gut; but all my gut told me was that I had fallen in love with a girl who had brought me out of years of torment, however briefly, yet who was still involved in something beyond shady. Had it not been me, had it been just another actor in a different case, I would have called the behavior common enough. But it didn’t feel common; not from the inside…"
- Caleb Carr, Surrender

7. " ‘Stronger than lover’s love is lover’s hate. Incurable, in each, the wounds they make…’  Mike"
- Caleb Carr, Surrender

8. "Revenge is a kind of wild justice; and the more man turns to it, the more the law ought to weed it out.’  Nodding"
- Caleb Carr, Surrender

9. "All of which would have been merely comical, had it not also reflected a very serious reality: most such officials, in their zeal to treat every criminal event as a chance to display supreme control of social order, had forgotten that lawbreakers most often operate quietly and in the shadows, places where men wearing body armor and military helmets not only were out of place, but made the task of investigating the dark deeds that take place in those shadows all the more difficult."
- Caleb Carr, Surrender

10. "Stronger than lover’s love is lover’s hate. Incurable, in each, the wounds they make…’ "
- Caleb Carr, Surrender

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